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Spicer says tougher enforcement of federal law

The White House said Thursday it expects law enforcement agents to enforce federal marijuana laws when they come into conflict with states where recreational use of the drug is permitted.

“I do believe you will see greater enforcement of it,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said regarding federal drug laws, which still list marijuana as an illegal substance.

That’s a reversal from the Obama administration’s stance, which laid out in an official memo that the federal government wouldn’t interfere in states where nonmedical use of marijuana is allowed.

That guidance was issued after two states — Colorado and Washington — voted to legalize recreational use of marijuana. Obama said in the immediate aftermath of those votes that the federal government had “bigger fish to fry” than cracking down on marijuana use in states where it’s considered legal.

Most drug enforcement operations are carried out by state and local authorities, with little involvement by the federal government. Enforcing marijuana laws has been considered a lower priority for federal drug agents, who have remained focused on curbing narcotics trafficking and combating a nationwide epidemic of opioid abuse.

Spicer on Thursday, however, linked marijuana use with the widespread abuse of painkillers, suggesting that allowing recreational use of marijuana could be interpreted as condoning drug use more widely.

“When you see something like the opioid addiction crisis blossoming in so many states around this country, the last thing we should be doing is encouraging people,” Spicer said. “There is still a federal law that we need to abide by when it comes to recreational marijuana and drugs of that nature.”

He was careful to distinguish between use of medical marijuana and recreational marijuana. President Donald Trump, he said, understood that marijuana could help ease suffering for patients with terminal illnesses.

Trump took varying positions on marijuana during his campaign for president. He said during remarks in June 2015 that legal recreational use was “bad,” adding he felt “strongly about it.”

But later that year he suggested the issue should be decided by individual states and not by the federal government.

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Demon Biter

STUART, Fla. (AP) — A Florida college student accused of randomly killing a couple in their garage and chewing on the dead man’s face told television psychologist Phil McGraw he was fleeing a demon-like figure named Daniel and only had a vague recollection of the slayings.

In a 22-minute interview released Tuesday by prosecutors, Austin Harrouff said he lost his wits as he walked back to his father’s home after storming out of a restaurant where they had an argument.

McGraw asked about “the devil talking to you,” and Harrouff went on to describe a “dark figure” he called Daniel.

“I got scared out of my mind,” Harrouff told McGraw, who interviewed him by computer when the former high school wrestler and football player was still hospitalized last fall.

Harrouff, 20, was arrested upon release from the hospital for the Aug. 15 deaths of John Stevens, a 59-year-old landscaper, and his wife, Michelle Mishcon, 53. Both had been beaten and stabbed. He could face the death penalty if convicted of murder.

The interview, which is now evidence in the case, was scheduled to air on McGraw’s “Dr. Phil” show last Oct. 28 but was pulled at the last minute without explanation. Prosecutors released it without comment after NBC affiliate WPTV hired lawyers to seek its release under the state’s public information law.

His defense team said the video is yet more evidence showing the deterioration of his mental health, but criticized its release as prejudicial. “Sensationalizing the details of this case pre-trial does nothing to advance justice in the courtroom,” attorney Nellie King said in the statement.

Harrouff, a bodybuilder who majored in exercise science at Florida State University, said he stripped off most of his clothes as he tried to run away from Daniel. McGraw asked what he was thinking.

“I just need to find someone to help me, to figure out where I am,” said Harrouff, speaking in a steady, even voice as his father, dentist Wade Harrouff, stood just off camera. “I don’t even remember what I said to myself. I just remember being afraid, scared.”

He said he doesn’t remember how he came face-to-face with Mishcon in the couple’s garage. He said she screamed, and “then it’s a blur.”

“I don’t remember what she said — I just remember being yelled at,” Harrouff said. He said he grabbed a machete he found in their garage, but doesn’t remember why he killed her and her husband.

“It’s like it happened but I wasn’t aware of it at the time,” Harrouff said, crying. “I don’t know, I don’t know. If I knew, I would tell you.”

Harrouff said he drank something he found in the garage after the attack. He refused to say what it was, but it severely burned his esophagus. He denied ever using steroids or hallucinogenic drugs such as flakka or bath salts. None showed up in his blood tests.

When sheriff’s deputies arrived, they found Harrouff on top of Stevens, chewing his face. It took numerous deputies, jolts from an electric stun gun and bites from a police dog to pull him off. They said they didn’t shoot Harrouff because they feared hitting Stevens.

3 Way Sex and Dead Bodies

An 18-year-old woman with a necrophilia fetish had three-way sex on the corpses of two men who she and her sexual partners strangled, it was claimed today.

Joshua Miner, 24, piled the bodies of Eric Glover and Terrence Rankins, both 22, together and placed a beige sheet across them so he and his longtime girlfriend, Alisa Massaro, could lie together on top of them at Massaro’s home in Joliet, Illinois, according to police reports.

Miner told police he remembered ‘years back’ that Massaro had told him she ‘wanted to have sex with a dead guy,’ so he hoped to fulfill part of her fantasy, according to documents.

Adam Landerman, the 19-year-old son of a police sergeant, may have joined Massaro and Miner’s sexual romp, as well, the report says.

Patch.com released the revolting new details today in the shocking January 10 murders – allegedly committed by Miner, Landerman, Massaro and 18-year-old Bethany McKee.

Massaro grinned when her boyfriend asked her to have sex and initially declined. Later, though, she admitted that she agreed to it.

McKee told police that she believes Landerman joined the sexual acts, as well.

McKee said Miner was the ringleader who came up with the idea who kill Glover and Rankins. She said Landerman was a ‘follower’ who only did what Miner told him, according to the report.

After killing the men, Landerman jumped on their backs and ‘surfed’ on their dead bodies, according to reports.

Period Lipstick… more like lip stuck…

A chiropractor in Kansas has invented a lipstick-like glue that will seal your labia shut during your period, holding all of the blood in until you go to the bathroom, according to a viral Facebook post.

It would be similar to when your lips get dry and stick together, an ad for the product reads.

“Have you ever woken up with your lips stuck together?” the ad reads.

“It didn’t hurt and it was kind of fun. All you had to do was wet your lips from the inside with saliva and they became unstuck. Mensez feminine lipstick is a natural patented compound of amino acids and oil in a lipstick applicator that is applied to the lips down under during the period.

Urine instantly unsticks the labia and allows everything to wash out into the toilet, wipe and reapply Mensez lipstick.

Clean, Safe, Secure and Done. Coming to a store near you soon.”

Anyone who has ever had a period knows that gluing your labia together is not going to work. And if the idea is that the moisture from urine will instantly unstick the glue, why wouldn’t the moisture from menstrual blood do the same?

The fact is that we already have effective solutions for “controlling” our periods, and any innovation in the menstruation department should be left to people who, you know, actually menstruate.

Yet, Dan Dopps — the man behind this revolutionary product — seems to think women have failed to come up with a good solution to their period problem.

“Yes, I am a man and you as women should have come up with better solutions than diapers and plugs,” he writes. “But you didn’t.”

I like to fuck… so Give me a break…

Workers in Sweden already enjoy some of the best benefits in the world, like 25 days of paid vacation a year, 480 days of paid parental leave, and high-quality universal healthcare.

Now one town official has proposed a novel way to make people’s lives even better: Paid sex breaks.

According to The New York Times, Per Erik Muskos, who is a councilman in the sensuous town of Overtornea, wants to give the town’s 550 municipal employees one hour of paid sexytime a week, a break which would fall in the middle of the work day. Because Americans aren’t jealous enough as it is.

In addition to adding to the town’s population, Muskos believes it would help marriages and morale alike. “Sex is also a great form of exercise and has documented positive effects on well-being,” noted Muskos, who I’m imagining is 10 feet tall, has fathered 17 children, and makes tender yet athletic love to his beautiful and accomplished wife nightly.

“We should encourage procreation. I believe that sex is often in short supply. Everyday life is stressful and the children are at home,” Mr. Muskos explained in his motion in Overtornea, a town of about 4,500 in the picturesque and remote Torne Valley. “This could be an opportunity for couples to have their own time, only for each other.”

While some people are ready to jump on board, others question the wisdom of this plan. How will they make sure people are using their hour for sex and not, say, naps or TV? Will Muskos personally inspect everyone’s bedsheets? What about the sad sacks with no one to bone? Do they still get an hour of sex time, and can they use it to jerk off? Musko acknowledges they’re still working out some of the kinks.

Oh what fun it is to fry and serve up your remains…

A man on parole for killing his former girlfriend and shooting his own mother was arrested in Indiana for killing his fiancée.

A probable cause statement obtained by WAVE says that Joseph Oberhansley allegedly stabbed Tammy Jo Blanton to death before eating a portion of her brains, heart and lungs.

Blanton called police on September 11 saying that Oberhansley, 33, was attempting to force himself inside her home. The authorities sent him away but they returned later to check on her at the urging of her coworkers.

When the police got back to the residence they discovered Blanton’s bloodied body in the bathtub with a portion of her skull cut out. The report added that, “Oberhansley further admitted to cooking a section of her brain and eating it.”

In 2000, Oberhansley pled guilty to manslaughter for killing his girlfriend and attempted murder for shooting his own mother.

It’s not the size of the boat… no actually it really is.
Fifty four-year-old Roberto Cabrera rose to fame in 2015 after a video of him weighing his penis went viral.

While it may seem funny to everyone else, a penis that is nearly 19 inches long has made Roberto’s life miserable. He can’t go to work and earn a living for himself or have a normal sex life.

As reported by Mirror Online, he says, “I cannot wear a uniform like anybody in the companies and also I cannot get on my knees. I cannot run fast and so the companies think badly of me. They say that they will call me, but they never do.”

He also faces health issues due to the size of his penis. It causes urinary tract infections, and he has to keep his penis wrapped in bandages.

Roberto can’t sleep on his stomach, and he needs a separate pillow for his penis at night.

A lot of doctors have advised Roberto to consider penile reduction.

“We have advised him that the best thing for you is that the doctors give a normal shape to your penis so that it doesn’t hurt you, in order to have sexual relationships, in order to have children.”


Oooh that smell…

The KunKun, Japanese for “sniff sniff”, is a bizarre device developed by Japanese corporation Konika Minolta that detects bodily odors like smelly feet or underarm sweat and notifies the user about them via a smartphone app.

So, yeah, the days of smelling your own armpits when nobody’s watching to see if they stink are over, thanks to modern technology.

Now you can just wear the KunKun everywhere you go and find out when you’re starting to stink just by checking your phone.

Bitches skirt was too short so I punted her in the head

Police arrested a man on Sept. 17 for kicking a woman in the face on a bus.

The 35-year-old unnamed man, who reportedly shouted, “Those wearing shorts must die,” confessed to kicking 23-year-old Aysegul Terzi because of what she was wearing.

“The shorts she was wearing were not appropriate. That’s why I was angry and behaved so,” he told police, according to the Dogan News Agency, which reported he had previously been diagnosed with manic depression.

Terzi, who works as a nurse, sustained severe bruising during the attack, which was caught on the bus’s closed-circuit television system.

However, despite the evidence and confession, a Turkish court released the suspect Sept. 18 on the grounds that he had committed no crime.

The court decision should not be too surprising, considering that Turkey has a terrible record regarding the treatment of women, as Al Jazeera reports. The murder rate of women in that country increased by 1,400 percent between 2002 and 2009. Some 28,000 women were assaulted there in 2013, primarily by their spouses. Almost half of Turkish women are reportedly physically abused.

The methods of abuse are numerous, ranging from pushing women off balconies to setting them on fire. One woman was buried alive by her family for listening to music they didn’t like, notes Al Jazeera.

“There is no point in asking what kinds of violence we see,” said a spokesperson for a Turkish women’s rights group, explaining that a better question would be: “What methods are not used?”

According to the rights organization Mor Cati, “Men turn to violence in order to establish their domination or when they feel it is threatened. Murder is one of the most horrific consequences of this violence. … Although we don’t have official statistics, the news in the media indicates that no less than three women are murdered by their husbands, boyfriends or their ex-partners every day.”

A United Nations report notes that violence against women in Turkey is closely tied to “the concept of honor with women, women’s sexuality and the control of women.”

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